Business, Management and Economics

In the Business, Management and Economics area of study you explore the world of business and the economy, complex organizations, the global marketplace and the interactions among consumer, profit, nonprofit, private sector and labor interests. You develop analytical, management and communication skills, and increase your understanding of economic principles and quantitative methods.

Popular Concentrations in Business, Management and Economics

  • accounting
  • business administration
  • economics
  • emergency management
  • finance
  • fire service administration
  • human resources
  • labor relations
  • information systems
  • management
  • marketing
  • public administration

Why choose a degree in Business, Management and Economics?

The skills and knowledge you obtain through your degree can enable you to:

  • start or change your career
  • increase your effectiveness in your current job
  • prepare for promotion
  • prepare for graduate school
  • start your own business

Sample Degree Programs

SUNY Empire State College students work closely with their mentors to design their own degree programs.

Changes to Undergraduate Degree Requirements Effective Sept. 8, 2014

The degree plan samples provided below reflect older policy. Check back as new samples are forthcoming.

These sample degree program plans illustrate the degree program format and provide examples of some different types of individualized degree programs.